Stenhousemuir

Stenhousemuir

Caught with knife in car

Police on mobile patrol just after midnight on August 4 saw a parked car and suspected there was drugs activity going on.

Crime
Shock as object thrown from M9 bridge smashes windscreen

Shock as object thrown from M9 bridge smashes windscreen

Reckless vandals put lives at risk by smashing a driver’s windscreen as it made its way along the M9 motorway.

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Tim Horton's Coffee Shop will get a drive through in Tryst Road, Stenhousemuir despite objections from Falkirk Council planning committee members Laura Murtagh and Malcolm Nicol

Tim Hortons’ drive through gets green light despite brewing up traffic fears

The famous Tim Horton’s Coffee House empire will be opening a drive through in the Falkirk area despite traffic concerns.

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Tim Horton's Coffee Shop will get a drive through in Tryst Road, Stenhousemuir despite objections from Falkirk Council planning committee members Laura Murtagh and Malcolm Nicol

Tim Hortons’ drive through gets green light despite brewing up traffic fears

The famous Tim Horton’s Coffee Shop will be opening a drive through in the Falkirk area despite traffic concerns.

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Sheriff ‘not impressed’ with delay

Sheriff ‘not impressed’ with delay

David Burns (23), 30 Park Avenue, Stenhousemuir, was due to be sentenced at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Thursday for breaching bail, but his case was adjourned until September 28 because background reports were not available.

Crime
Cub scout on mission to raise cash

Cub scout on mission to raise cash

A nine-year-old boy plans to walk the Queensferry Crossing to raise money to pay for repairs to his Scout hall.

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Three in court on attempted murder charge

Three in court on attempted murder charge

Three youths appeared in court yesterday following an incident in Stenhousemuir at the weekend which left a man with a severe head injury.

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Trio charged with attempted murder

Trio charged with attempted murder

Three males have been charged with an attempted murder in Stenhousemuir.

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Man seriously injured in Stenhousemuir

Man seriously injured in Stenhousemuir

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously injured in Stenhousemuir on Friday.

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Ryan McGuckin, right, and Iain Macdougall died after getting into difficulty in waters in the Outer Hebrides

Falkirk man dies in diving tragedy

A man from the Falkirk area has been named as one of two divers who died off the coast of the Isle of Barra at the weekend.

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Baby of the week: Phoebe Elizabeth Cole

Baby of the week: Phoebe Elizabeth Cole

Phoebe Elizabeth Cole was born on March 28, 2017 at 6.50pm in Forth Valley Royal Hospital, weighing 5lbs 5oz.

Family
Sheriff told the fate of the fish after their tank was attacked was unknown

Son took his anger out on dad’s fish after cash plea refused

Connah Jackson lost his temper with his dad when he refused to lend him £10 and took his anger out on the man’s fish tank.

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Honour for humble  hero who strives to save young lives

Honour for humble hero who strives to save young lives

A man who has spent over a decade campaigning for safer roads has been recognised with a national honour.

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Wedding of the week: Aimi Gardner and Niall Horne

Aimi Gardner (28) is from Stenhousemuir and works as a pharmacy technician at Ayr Hospital, while Niall Horne (26), from Howwood, is a software developer in Glasgow. The couple live together in Johnstone.

Family
Tim Hortons could be opening a drive through in Stenhousemuir

Who’s heard about Hortons coming to town?

Top Canadian coffee house empire Tim Hortons is reportedly planning to open its second ever UK premises in the Falkirk area.

Business
Pupils from Carrongrange, Moray Primary and Grangemouth High School take part in a special clay tile making exercise and also learn about the work of local artist Alan Davie

Tile making project ‘cements’ friendships

Youngsters from three schools worked on a clay tile-making project which also helped to bind them together and establish closer links.

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Red Cross apologises for five pound note mix up

Red Cross apologises for five pound note mix up

The British Red Cross has said sorry to a customer who had his paper £5 note issued by a Scottish bank rejected at one of its shops.

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Paper five pound notes are still legal tender in Scotland

Money advice leaves shopper seeing red

A pensioner tried to help the Red Cross by buying something from their shop.

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Police are appealing for information

Missing woman traced

Police in Forth Valley have thanked the public for “caring and sharing” during a search to find a missing woman who has now been traced.

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Danny Sweeney the piping postman from Stenhousemuir

Postman delivers new career

A postman has put his stamp on the wedding industry by winning a top award only six months after setting up his business.

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